450 clutch metal plates too thin
On this weekend trip i have totally burned my clutch just after 250 miles in total after it was changed.
First time changing it the aftermarket metal plates were thinner, so additional metal plate was added to fill in air space that got inside.
I think that was the reason for this burn.
But the new aftermarket clutch kit (with friction plates, metal plates and springs) came in and the problem is the same - new metal plates are thinner than original metal plates.
If the metal plates are thinner, then the friction plates should be thicker, to compensate it and to fully fit the clutch basket.
Now i'm waiting for another kit, to see if other producer has the same thickness.
Did anyone had this problem with aftermarket parts? And is it possible to fix this without trying to get original Honda parts?
Whitch is better - two netal plates to compensate the gap, or additional friction plate?
Or this should be playead out somehow differently? With springs or something?
Do not want to stop in the middle of nowhere again.